Inter have clear ideas when it comes to what they wish to do with Danish national team attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen, Italian media claim.
Gazzetta dello Sport report in today’s print edition that the Nerazzurri wish to move Eriksen on during this transfer window whether that be on a permanent or temporary basis.
The reason for this is because they wish to lighten their wage bill and remove the approximately €4.5 million he is due between now and the end of the season.
Eriksen has been strongly linked with a potential move to Paris Saint-Germain and yesterday new coach Mauricio Pochettino did not rule out a move, claiming all possibilities were being looked at by the club.
There has been talk that Leandro Paredes could be allowed to leave the Ligue 1 side and it is for this reason that a swap deal involving Eriksen and Paredes could take place.
Inter want to sell but not for a low price and this applies to Eriksen, who has also been subject to enquiries from Ajax and Wolverhampton Wanderers recently.
West Ham United have also shown an interest in signing him.